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The Oilers are not speaking with the Coyotes about Jakob Chychrun

Mark Spector: From understanding (since Friday) the Edmonton Oilers are NOT speaking with the Arizona Coyotes about defenseman Jakob Chychrun.

Philip Broberg and Dylan Holloway are non-starters for the Oilers.

Jesse Puljujarvi and a first-round choice are insufficient for the Coyotes.

Golden Knights tough lining Nicolas Hague, and are they as much as something?

Sportsnet: Elliotte Friedman and Jeff Marek on their 32 Thoughts Podcast – London Calling episode on Vegas Golden Knights RFA defenseman Nicolas Hague.

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Friedman: “So Nic Hage, I believe he’s a little bit various than the other people. I believe he’s a bit more accomplished. One of the important things however,  somebody was informing me today was one GM taking a look at Durzi. Durzi’s just played like 45 video games. So it’s actually, although he had an extraordinary year in 2015, and he appears like a hell of gamer, it’s a really challenging equivalent.

One GM was stating to me, that if he has Hague, he’d be arguing Durzi got $1.7 , my person was a first-line person with Pietrangelo for an excellent portion of in 2015.

Like, I don’t believe there is any doubt here that Vegas desires the gamer. I believe that, something Vegas, all these injuries, they have a little bit of cap space now. So, I will state this, you understand how Vegas is. They’re constantly attempting to do things.

There’s a number of groups questioning if Vegas depends on something.

They’re offering a tough line with Hague. Cause if you stated you ask, they plainly like Hague and don’t think BSing individuals. They actually simulate him. But they’re drawing a quite tough line with him. So there are a couple groups questioning if perhaps Vegas depends on something.”


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